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Gastropub glory: More than 40 pub chefs have appeared on Great British Menu

44 pub chefs have starred on Great British Menu

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Pubs have been solidly represented by BBC Two show Great British Menu, with 44 current, past or future gastropub chefs appearing on the programme since its debut in 2006.

Netflix effect: research showed millennials choose to stay in rather than go to the pub

Millennials

More millennials choosing not to go out

By Helen Gilbert

Millennials are increasingly choosing to stay indoors and watch TV rather than head to the pub at the weekend, according to a new survey. 

Tom Kerridge is set to host a new cookery series and launch a new book

New book and TV show for Tom Kerridge

By Ellie Bothwell

Double-Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, who runs the award-winning Hand & Flowers in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, is set to host a new television series and launch a new book.

Business boosting: Money-making ideas are essential in 2012, says Gerry Price

Be in it to win it in 2012 by working smarter

By Gerry Price

Tim Martin has been on BBC Radio Four, with his droll manner and demands for VAT and duty reductions. Ralph Findlay’s Personal View was published in The Telegraph’s business pages, saying that the pubcos have done ever such a lot and can now make codes...

Mark Daniels: Championing freedom of speech

Jeremy Clarkson in “Figure of Speech” whoopsie…

By Mark Daniels

The following article contains a personal opinion. Please don’t shoot me for it. Last week, some people went on strike to protect their pensions and a television personality well-known for his comically outspoken points of view said something about it.

Advocate: brewer Dave Bailey believes the BBC is “being reckless with the nation’s health” by ignoring beer

Battling Aunty's anti-beer bias

By Roger Protz

HardKnott Brewery's Dave Bailey is fed up with the BBC ignoring beer in favour of wine, writes beer expert Roger Protz.

Ambulance call-outs: could be reduced by in-house paramedics, say doctors

Doctors: clubs should employ paramedics

By Ewan Turney

A&E doctors have called for nightclubs to employ paramedics to take the pressure off hospitals. But the trade has expressed fears that it would...

Whittingdale: thousands have not bothered to apply for a music licence

MPs clash over live music reform

By John Harrington

MPs have clashed over the Government's record on promoting live music during a radio debate. Labour's Margaret Hodge, the Conservative's John...

Pubs may not be able to screen 3D TV

No 3D TV for World Cup

By John Harrington

Pubs won't be able to screen the World Cup in 3D after the BBC and ITV both confirmed that they have no plans to screen matches in the format.

Simmonds: tied tenants no worse off

BBPA: tied tenants no worse off

By Gemma McKenna

British Beer & Pub Association boss Brigid Simmonds denied that tied pub tenants are financially worse off than free of tie tenants in a live radio debate. In a heated discussion, Simmonds clashed with Paul Maloney of the GMB.

Red Bull: new cartoon ads on the way

Red Bull ads return to British TV

By Robyn Lewis

Red Bull will be returning to the small screen next month with two new UK ads, retaining the brand's signature cartoon style and humour.

Ramsay: out-law out of season veg

Ramsay: out-law out of season veg

By Lucy Britner

Gordon Ramsay has told the BBC he thinks British restaurants should be fined for serving out of season produce. Ramsay said he had spoken to Prime...

Upfront security defends itself

Upfront security defends itself

By John Harrington

A firm that trains and provides pub doorstaff has defended itself against allegations of bad practice on BBC's Panorama programme. Upfront Security,...

PM 'may reverse licensing laws'

PM 'may reverse licensing laws'

Gordon Brown says he could overturn licensing laws that allow pubs to open 24 hours a day if it was "in the interest of the country

The Seward Family

Jowell falls foul of Act

By Iain O'Neil

Beleaguered Tessa Jowell has come under fire again today for breaching the laws of the Licensing Act she herself introduced. The culture secretary...